The 2016 Islamist mobilisation and its impact on intolerance among Indonesian Muslims: new survey findings

Indonesia Study Group


Associate Professor Marcus Mietzner, ANU.


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Wednesday, 6 December, 2017 - 12:30 to 14:00

In a seminar earlier this year, we analysed survey data to show that the 2016 Islamist mobilisation was not caused by a massive increase in conservative attitudes among Muslims, as many observers had suggested. Indeed, intolerant attitudes among Muslims had been declining for years prior to the mobilisation. Instead, we pointed to better organisational entrenchment of the middle class in key positions of the state and economy as the main driver of the mobilisation.

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